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Halloween Ends is one of those franchises that have undoubtedly marked a before and after in the history of American cinema. In the case of the horror genre and specifically the slasher genre, the saga that began with the direction of John Carpenter became a true reference in current horror cinema, but it is time that this chilling story reaches its conclusion, at least yes the original franchise that started 44 years ago.
Halloween Ends marks, as we already mentioned, the end of the saga since it is the last film that will feature the great Jamie Lee Curtis in the role of Laurie Strode, but it also marks the end of the last trilogy directed by David Gordon Green that for this third and last occasion, also had the participation of John Carpenter.
In this installment of terror we will witness the final battle between Laurie and Michael Myers. The film will have its respective level of gore violence, its unique scare jumps, but mainly the plot will be a complete chase, a game of "cat and mouse" between the murderer and the girl, now an elderly lady, who swore revenge and will not rest until he gets it.
Finally remember that Halloween Ends, as announced in the final trailer, will arrive in theaters this October 14.
"Halloween Ends" is the final installment of the successful saga that began with a Halloween night in 1978, when John Carpenter premiered "Halloween". Now, Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis, will have to face serial killer Michael Myers one last time.
The last Halloween trilogy, however, was not directed by Carpenter, but was directed by David Gordon Green, Jason Blum a filmmaker with a long career in recent decades.
The director has gained renown in the horror genre after this new trilogy and has already been hired to direct the sequel to "The Exorcist", William Friedkin's classic.
The new saga, which began in 2018 with "Halloween", continued with "Halloween Kills" in 2021 and will conclude with "Halloween Ends", which takes up the original 1978 film, but excludes what happened with "Halloween II" from 1981 and all the sequels that followed, which were not produced by John Carpenter.
The film will be released on October 13 in Argentina and Mexico, while in the United States it will be a day later, on October 14.
Jamie Lee Curtis - Laurie Strode
Kyle Richards - Lindsey Wallace
Nick CastleMichael Myers
James Jude Courtney - The Shape
Andi Matichak - Allyson
Will Patton - Officer Hawkins
Rohan Campbell- Corey Cunningham
"Halloween Ends" will star Nick Castle, the original actor for Michael Myers. He had acted in the first film, in 1978, but had withdrawn from the saga after "Halloween II".
In a few weeks we will have Halloween Ends in theaters, the third installment of David Gordon Green's trilogy of sequels that will close the legendary horror saga by John Carpenter (The Thing, The Fog, Heist in Little China) in 1978.
If a couple of days ago we saw a new and brief trailer for the film, now Universal Pictures has released the final trailer for Halloween Ends, which you can take a look at in the following video.
More than 40 years later, Jamie Lee Curtis will play Laurie Strode for the last time saga in Halloween Ends (whose title in US has become Halloween: The End), where we will see the definitive confrontation between her and Michael Myers.
"Four years after the events of Halloween Kills, Laurie is living with her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) and is about to finish writing her memoir. No one has seen Michael Myers since. Laurie, after letting the The specter of Myers controlled his reality for decades, he has finally decided to leave fear and rage behind and dedicate himself to living.
"But when Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell, The Hardy Boys and A Place to Dream series) is accused of killing the boy he cared for, a cascade of violence is unleashed that will force Laurie to confront an evil once and for all. that he cannot control", details the official synopsis of the film by David Gordon Green.
In addition to Jamie Lee Curtis, the cast of Halloween Ends features the return of Will Patton (Outer Range, The Purge: Infinite) Andi Matichak (Heir, Foxhole), Nick Castle (In Search of Tomorrow, Behind the Monsters), James Jude Courtney (Firearm, Far Away) and Kyle Richards (The Housewives of the North Pole, The Hangover Games).
Again under the iconic music of John Carpenter, the movie Halloween Ends will be released in theaters on October 14, 2022. Meanwhile, here are these 8 horror movies from the last decade that show that the genre is more live than never.
John Carpenter's 1978 horror classic Halloween was a critically acclaimed hit and created a long-running franchise in the process. But one thing he didn't create was an easy-to-follow timeline. Even as the next installment, Halloween: The Finale, gets closer, there are plenty of people still trying to figure out how the new movie fits in with the other sequels, let alone how to watch the entire Halloween saga in order.
There are currently twelve Halloween movies. The thirteenth, Halloween: The Finale, will premiere on October 14. The twelve films, released between 1978 and 2021, exist in five timelines, which we explore below.
There is good and bad news. The good news is that if you want to watch the Halloween movies in order, you have several ways to do it. The clarifies news is that there are several different timelines in the world of Halloween right now, so there's no one right way to see them all. (Actually, that's also good news.)
You see, at this point, the Halloween saga does not tell a single story. It has spun into several stories, usually taking the characters of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode and spinning them around in what can best be described as multiple timelines or alternate realities. Next, we will explain the details and the viewing order of each of these timelines.
American horror film director and musician John Carpenter, along with his longtime trio of son Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies, have announced the release of the soundtrack for the film “Halloween Ends”, the latest installment of the “Halloween” movie series.
The album will be released by the Sacred Bones label on October 14 in digital formats, while it will be physically available from January 20, 2023.
"Halloween Ends" is the third and final installment in director David Gordon Green's trilogy that began with the 2018 re-release of "Halloween" and continued with "Halloween Kills" in 2021.
The new film features the participation of John Carpenter, director of the original 1978 film and its 1981 sequel, in addition to contributing music again, once again with his son Cody and Godson Daniel Davies.
As with the "Halloween" and "Halloween Kills" soundtracks, "Halloween Ends" was recorded entirely in John Carpenter's home studio and Daniel's studio.
"The three of us wrote, performed and recorded all the music, and the mixing was done by Daniel along with John Spiker," explained John Carpenter. "All of the main themes have been carried over from the original 'Halloween,' but we've refined them and created new melodies for new characters."
In the new film, Laurie Strode faces evil incarnate Michael Myers one last time, “in a final showdown like never before captured on screen. Only one of them will survive."
The label released the first preview of the soundtrack 'The Procession', which you can listen to below the cover and track list of "Halloween Ends".
The next installment in the horror saga is directed by David Gordon Green and stars the iconic Jamie Lee Curtis alongside Will Patton and Kyle Richards.
To be honest, it is not that it is a novelty because we already knew about its existence three years ago. We assume that, for some, the wait has been long.
Halloween comes to an end, but Michael Myers, the masked killer, continues and returns in the last and definitive (unless he decides to resurrect in the future) installment of the Halloween horror saga.
Four years after the events of Halloween in 2018, Laurie has decided to break free from fear and rage and embrace life. But when a young man is accused of killing a child she was caring for her, it ignites a cascade of violence and terror that will force Laurie to finally confront the evil she can't control, once and for all.
Divisive is a way of calling the new "Halloween" trilogy directed by David Gordon Green, which was presented as a direct continuation of the original 1978 film by master John Carpenter, which allowed all previous sequels to be discarded and to bring return to Jamie Lee Curtis as the final "final girl" (final girl).
After a promising return by "Michael Myers" and "Laurie Strode" in 2018's "Halloween," things went completely off the rails with 2021's critically acclaimed "Halloween Kills," which had an ending that ended up dividing the entire audience and even the most loyal fans.
Now, "Halloween Ends" (Halloween: The final night), the closing of the trilogy, will mark the outcome of the saga of "Michael" and "Laurie" in a confrontation in which only one of them will survive, 44 years after their first meeting.
In conversation with Total Film, Curtis addressed the place where we will find "Laurie" after the bloody and tragic events of "Halloween Kills", assuring that "he has already gotten help. Help to process the level of violence that has been perpetrated against her and her family. She's done the work. And there's a moment early in the movie where you meet 'Laurie' - I'm not going to say she's as innocent as she was when she was a 17-year-old girl - but she has a cape. of hope".
"It's a beautiful starting point for a really tragic and incredibly violent ending," the actress anticipated in the magazine, which included unpublished images from the next "Halloween" installment.
Four years have passed since the events of "Halloween Kills" and we see "Laurie" living with her granddaughter "Allyson" (Andi Matichak), both having a "good relationship" after all the "shared trauma and loss" . Of course, "Allyson" has not yet completely overcome it, said the actress who gives her life.